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Nonprofit Training: Learn the Art & Science of Grant Writing

April 17 @ 8:30 am - April 18 @ 4:30 pm

$125

Nonprofit Training Series: Writing the Grant: Learn the Art and Science of Grant Proposals 2019

TWO DAY WORKSHOP: 4/17 & 4/18, 8:30 to 4:30 pm both days. Lunch is provided both days and is included in the $125 fee. *Fee is waived for Junior League members.

For nonprofits wishing to learn the nuts and bolts of the art and science of grant writing, this intensive two-day workshop is just for you! The focus will be learning best practices, learning practical application, and learning about take-away resources to guide you through your first grant proposal from A to Z. Learn key components for a grant proposal, the need for a case statement, creating a donor value proposition, and sharing both quantitative and qualitative success metrics in your grant proposal. Bring an open mind, a program idea, and some success stories, and you will leave with a grant narrative that redefines your organization and its impact!

Presented by Dr. Christopher Noe, CNoeLimits, LLC. Prior to his consulting work with nonprofit and social enterprise leaders in South, Florida, Dr. Noe served as the Manager of the Office Depot Foundation providing resources and trainings for numerous national and international nonprofits. Most recently, Dr. Noe served as Director of Social Investment at Nonprofits First, where he was a trainer and facilitator to hundreds of nonprofit professionals by providing nonprofit management support in all areas of nonprofit development. Dr. Noe has also served as the State Executive director for Mothers Against Drunk Driving of Georgia and as consultant to numerous nonprofits such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and countless others across the U.S. Dr. Noe is dedicated to advancing social enterprise and developing innovative social solutions to address some of society’s toughest issues. Dr. Noe is a graduate of Leadership Boca, Leadership Delray, and Leadership Palm Beach County. He earned his BA in Political Science from Maryville College, his MBA in Nonprofit Management from Argosy University and a Ph.D. in Global Leadership at Lynn University. Dr. Noe currently serves as the founder and CEO of CNoeLimits, LLC, a strategies consulting and enterprise advisory firm, where he is working on several initiatives to promote increased corporate social engagement and ways to enhance the nonprofit and private sector. Dr. Noe is a frequent lecturer and guest speaker at universities, organizations, and conferences on various topics on social change, social responsibility, social innovation, and social enterprise development.

LOCATION:
VCRC – Community Room
261 NW 13 Street
Boca Raton FL 33432

Details

Start:
April 17 @ 8:30 am
End:
April 18 @ 4:30 pm
Cost:
$125
Event Category:
Website:
https://members.jlbr.org/?nd=p_vms_registration_event_detail®istration_id=5377&return_jid=227455

Venue

Vegso Community Resource Center
261 NW 13th St
Boca Raton, FL 33432 United States
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